Most Recent Steed-Todd Funeral Home Obituaries

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Most Recent Steed-Todd Funeral Home Obituaries

Located in the heart of Clovis, New Mexico, Steed-Todd Funeral Home has been serving families with compassion and dignity for decades. With a rich history rooted in community care, the funeral home continues the tradition of honoring lives lost with meaningful obituaries. These obituaries are a tribute to those who have died, providing comfort to families and friends, while celebrating the impact of those around them.

Caturia Joann Watson – Mar 7, 2024.

Terry Watson, 80, of Clovis, died March 7, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of love and inspiration. Born July 4, 1943, to Cecil and Martha Pyle, he spent his life teaching art and nurturing young talent. With a master’s degree from NMU, he enthusiastically taught students at Gattis Junior High School and Clovis High School, imparting skills in painting, ceramics, painting and photography, Terry’s dedication extended beyond the classroom; She loved family, enjoyed reading, traveling and cooking, leaving fond memories to her husband Raymond, daughter Lena Willis, grandchildren, great grandchildren and extended family and the impact will be deeply felt and those whose lives she touched all remembered forever.

Larry Wesley Fogg – Mar 6, 2024.

On March 6, 2024, Larry Fogg, beloved son aged 59 years and of Portless, New Mexico, transitioned to his eternal rest. Born July 4, 1964, in Portsmouth, VA to James and Wanda Fogg, she leaves behind a legacy of fond memories and love. Larry is survived by his loving parents, James and Wanda Fogg, and sisters, Sonya Hudson and Lisa Duran.

Victor Chavez. Mar 3, 2024.

Surrounded by his loving family, Victor Jose Inez Chavez, 75, passed away on Saturday, March 3, 2024 in Clovis, New Mexico. Born July 13, 1948, to Jose Inez and Erlinda Chavez, he married Patricia Baca on February 15, 1964. Victor, a prolific contractor and a jack of all trades, is a devoted son, husband, father , and loved as a grandfather and friend , leaving a legacy of love and inspiration. His life will be remembered with a visitation on March 7, 2024, a Rosary on March 8, 2024 and Mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, followed by burial in the Mission Garden of Memories.

Danny Fox. Feb 24, 2024.

Danny Fox left this earthly realm on February 24, 2024 to find comfort in the embrace of his late father. He was born October 31, 1942, in Oaktown, Indiana, the son of Nobel E. McClelland. Fox, Leila F. After high school, she enlisted in the U.S. Army. Army and served three years in Korea until his discharge in January 1964 as a Sentry Dog Handler.

Eutimio Romero. Feb 23, 2024.

Eutimio “Tim” Romero, affectionately known as “Mexican Dream”, departed peacefully on February 23, 2024. On December 20, 1940, in Anton Chico, New Mexico, to Manuel and Ivan Romero Born at home, Tim excelled academically, graduating with honors from Sacred Heart in Clovis, New Mexico, in 1959. He earned a teaching certificate from UNM and worked as a chef at four-star restaurants where he is considered an independent. Tim actively involved in his church showed his strong faith. Survived by many children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews, she leaves behind a legacy of love and excellent cooking.

Fern Acuff. Feb 17, 2024.

Fern Acuff, who died on February 17, 2024 at the age of 103, dedicated her life to nursing and served at various medical institutions including Roosevelt General Hospital and Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis, New Mexico She supported her family , by his grandchildren He spent time with his grandchildren and often regaled them with stories of his youth. The Ferns fondly remember Sunday as a time to get together and share a meal. He leaves behind a legacy of love and devotion that will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Abelino Chavez – Feb 16, 2024

Abelino Chavez Jr. (Abe), beloved member of the Clovis, New Mexico community, passed away on February 16, 2024, leaving a legacy of cherished memories and generosity in 1961 in the Abelino Salazar Chavez Sr. Foundation. and Mary Luisa home (Visa) Garcia Urioste Born in Roswell, New Mexico on November 14, 2013, Abe was known for his kind heart and desire to help others Despite Abe’s lifelong health challenges , his selflessness and kindness touched the lives of many. He enjoyed simple pleasures such as camping on the creek, fishing and spending time with his family. Throughout his life, Abe worked in a variety of industries including concrete pouring, home installation and commercial construction. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends and all who had the privilege of knowing him.

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